Dr. Kay Bannon is Professor Emeritus of Education at Gordon College. In 2008, she wrote How Gimble Gopher Tortoise Found a New Home, a story about a displaced, endangered, ancient reptile who goes on a journey filled with adventure and hope, to a new place.
Preserving God's Creation Through Storytelling | August 28, 2009
Panel discussion with Dr. Paul Borgman from the Department of English, Dr. Suzanne Phillips and Dr. Bert Hodges from the department of Psychology, and Dr. Craig Story from the Department of Biology.
Joining with God in His Work: The Surprises of Creating | September 4, 2009
Baruch HaLevi is Rabbi Emeritus of Congregation Shirat Hayam. He is a Life Coach, Grief Guide and Spiritual Counselor which he has infused into what he calls, Soul Coaching. Baruch has helped guide thousands of people through some of life's most difficult transitions.
Understanding the Psalms | September 11, 2009
Dr. Jon Levenson is the Albert A. List Professor of Jewish Studies at Harvard University. He has a strong interest in the philosophical and theological issues involved in biblical studies, especially the relationship of premodern modes of interpretation to modern historical criticism. Much of his work centers on the relationship between Judaism and Christianity, both in antiquity and in modernity, and he has long been active in Jewish-Christian dialogue.
The Anguish of Exile and the Joy of Jerusalem | September 18, 2009
Dr. Mark Noll is a historian, essayist and professor specializing in the history of American Christianity. Since 2006 he has been the Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. His books include America’s God: From Jonathan Edwards to Abraham Lincoln, God and Race in American Politics: A Short History, and The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind, which has been widely recognized for making a strong appeal for a better approach to intellectual life among American evangelicals.
The Evangelical Imperative for Evangelical Intellectual Life | October 2, 2009
Dr. Is-haq Akintola is Professor of Islamic Eschatology at Lagos State University. He is a human rights activist and preacher. He establishe
Understanding Islam | October 30, 2009
Rabbi James Rudin served as the AJC’s Interreligious Affairs Director for thirty-two years as a member of the American Jewish Committee’s professional staff. He is currently the AJC’s Senior Interreligious Adviser and a member of the organization’s Board of Governors. He is Distinguished Visiting Professor of Religion and Judaica at Saint Leo University and teaches at Florida Gulf Coast University Renaissance Academy.
Psalms in the Collective Experience of the Jewish People | November 13, 2009
Andy Mills is the former CEO of the Thomson Financial and Professional Publishing unit of the Thomson Corporation, where he was also a member of the board. He was responsible for all of Thomson’s financial, legal, and tax businesses, a large grouping of industry-leading businesses including First Call (which he helped co-found) and West Publishing. Under his leadership, the revenue for the group grew to exceed 3.5 billion dollars generated by over 20,000 people worldwide.
Fulfilling Your Call | December 4, 2009
Beth Maynard has served the Episcopal Church as a parish priest and a university chaplain in West Virginia and Massachusetts. Before becoming the 11th Rector of Emmanuel in 2014, she founded and led Mill Street House, an ecumenical neo-monastic community north of Boston. She also served as an adjunct instructor in liturgy and spirituality at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
Creative Community: Lessons from U2 | January 15, 2010
Liz Walker is a minister, an award-winning television journalist, and an activist for community healing and cross-cultural and interfaith dialogue. She is currently Pastor of Roxbury Presbyterian Church, a dynamic faith community with a 130 plus year history of making a difference in one of Boston's most challenging neighborhoods.
The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. - The Risk of Love | January 22, 2010
Theo Nicolakis is the Chief Information Officer of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America's Department of Internet Ministries. The department is responsible for identifying, leveraging, and developing technologies appropriate for Orthodox Christian digital ministry.
The Orthodox Church in America | March 19, 2010
Andy Crouch is executive editor of Christianity Today. He serves on the governing boards of Fuller Theological Seminary and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. His work and writing have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, and several editions of Best Christian Writing and Best Spiritual Writing—and, most importantly, received a shout-out in Lecrae's 2014 single "Non-Fiction."
"Culture Making: Recovering our Creative Calling" | March 26, 2010
Bryan Auday & Sybil Coleman
Dr. Bryan Auday and Dr. Sybil Coleman discuss the impacts of media technology on Evangelical Christian college students. They are both professors at Gordon College. Dr. Auday teaches psychology and Dr. Coleman teaches social work.
Caught in the Web: Internet Addiction in Chapel | April 9, 2010